Pilates Lilydale with an Exercise Physiologist
A unique approach to Pilates & Rehabilitation near you at our holistic healthcare clinic in Lilydale
Joanne Matthews, Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist brings a wealth of knowledge to the area of injury prevention and rehabilitation.When it comes to your spine, finding a practitioner who understands the anatomy and physiology, as well as the best way to strengthen and tone those areas, is an important consideration and best practice.
Joanne works with our Osteopaths & Massage Therapists to understand the unique needs of each individual from a movement and function perspective, as well as performance for athletes of all ages. An individualised mat pilates or reformer pilates strength program will be tailored to your needs.
Pilates at our Lilydale Clinic: What is it, what are the benefits for you health and how our does approach differ?
Pilates is a strength based exercise program with a focus on control, using correct muscle activation. These exercises concentrate on the deep muscles that are required to stabilise the body during an exercise, commonly referred to as the “core” Pilates movements are more flowing than typical weight based strength exercises and have a strong emphasis on correct posture.
Both the larger and smaller muscles groups of the body are targeted during these exercises, which play an important role in joint stability and improving muscular imbalances.
Our exercises are low impact and are effective in increasing whole body strength and flexibility. The initial focus lies in improving core activation and stability, progressing to become more dynamic and function in order to maintain stability, whilst using larger muscles groups.
With a focus on breathing, concentration, control and prices movements, this approach is suitable to people of all ages.
In conjunction with services in osteopathy, naturopathy and nutrition, we can offer a holistic approach to your healthcare and healing process.
Pilates is an effective measure in the management and prevention of:
- Lower Back Injuries
- Cervical or Lumbar Disc Injuries
- Sports Related Core Stability
- Correcting Muscle Imbalances
- Improving Posture
- Total Body Conditioning